Has anyone got a view on this one?
A person takes an organisation to a specialist tribunal. They are not happy with the decision so they appeal to a higher court, at the appeal the tribunal's case is prepared by the agent who had represented the original authority in the first action.
The person then raises a new, but related action against the original authority, they are again represented by the same agent. The action is raised to the same specialist tribunal but with a different three members sitting.
Taking into account the possibility that the specialist tribunal could hold some loyalty for the agent, would this appear to a reasonable man to be free of any potential bias.
If it could bring the possibility of a lack of impartiality, how could it be rectified?
'I don't see why everyone depends on me. I'm not dependable. Even I don't
depend on me, and I'm me.'